Board of Education
In Illinois, public education is the State's constitutional reponsibility. The State delegates the authority to govern school districts to local school boards. Boards are made up of seven district residents elected to serve staggered terms of four years without pay. So, although the Board of Education for District 121 is politically responsible to District voters, it is legally responsible to the State of Illinois.
The Board’s job is to:
- adopt goals and policies that meet State requirements and reflect community needs;
- provide the resources necessary to pursue its goals according to its policies; and
- monitor District 121 performance to see that results are consistent with goals and policies.
Among the Board’s legal duties are:
- directing what shall be taught and what textbooks are used;
- hiring necessary personnel and setting their salaries;
- letting all contracts and paying all bills, and arranging for the revenue necessary to operate District 121.
Individual Board members may not act alone or make decisions binding upon the Board or District 121.
To contact the Board of Education: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an official notice of a Regular Meeting of the Board of Education of Warren Township High School scheduled for Tuesday, April 23, 2019. The first agenda item will be an Executive Session beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Board Conference Room at the District Office. The open meeting will re-commence at 7:30 p.m. in the Almond Campus Library, both located at Warren Township High School, 34090 N. Almond Road, Gurnee, Illinois within the boundaries of the District.
Thomas Drake, President
District 121 Board of Education